The first round of PGA Championship, at the TPC Harding Park, in San Francisco, had a tight ranking at the top and left the Australian leader Jason Day and the American Brendon Todd.
Day, winner of the 2015 edition, was free of errors and got five birdies, while the local managed seven birdies and two bogeys for the 65 shots, five under par.
Just a shock away from difference appears a long list of pursuers: French Mike Lorenzo-Vera, English Justin Rose, German Martin Kaymer and Americans Bud Cauley, Brendan Steele, Zach Johnson, Xander Schauffele, Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka.
Among the great candidates, Tiger Woods, a four-time winner of the PGA Championship, had 68 shots (-2).
Regarding the Latinos, Emiliano Grillo equaled the court pair of 70 strokes, the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz made 71 (-1) and the Chilean Joaquín Niemman dropped to 75 (+5).
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